Sunday, February 15, 2009

A color quiz

I think you (yes, you!!!) should try this.

Accurate personality test


Some of the descriptions below are written in the third person, others- in the second; it is all about you.

General Characteristics (gray table)

Oppositeness + dependence + concentration
You consider only your own opinion stubbornly reject everything that could hinder you from carrying out your plans.

Your Desired Objective

Defiantly opposes any sort of restriction or opposition. Sticks obstinately to his own point of view in the belief that this proves his independence and self-determination.

Existing Situation

Relatively inactive and in a static condition, while conflict of one sort or another prevents peace of mind. Unable to achieve relationships of the desired degree of mutual affection and understanding.

Your Restrained Characteristics

You insist on the necessity of the realization of your wishes. Willing to acquire a new self-confidence with the help of gentle encouragement and support. But you focus your sensitivity on your own emotions, and, as a result, are vulnerable and easily offended. Insist on the feasibility of your ideas and hopes. You have to prove your case with every step you take, and you need unobtrusive encouragement

Your Stress Sources

Feels unappreciated and finds the existing situation disagreeable. Wants personal recognition and the esteem of others to compensate for the lack of like-minded people with whom to ally himself and make himself more secure. His sensual self-restraint makes it difficult for him to give himself, but the resulting isolation leads to the urge to surrender and merge with another. This disturbs him as he regards such instincts as weaknesses to be overcome; only by not succumbing to them, he feels, can he withstand the difficulties of the situation. Wants to be valued as a desirable associate and admired for his personal qualities.

Your Actual Problem

The need for esteem--for the chance to play some outstanding part and make a name for himself--has become imperative. He reacts by insisting on being the center of attention, and refuses to play an impersonal or minor role.

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